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PAQBFOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1955 - Society News - . A,,. Uaiim-u SniMatv Rditor * rhom Miff Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Series of Parties Honoring Miss Monaghan Is Continued Miss Rosemary Monaghan, who has been complimented at a series of interesting affairs since her engagement to Everett B Gee, Jr., recently was announced, was guest ot honor Saturday afternoon when Miss Jane Wilson and Miss Betsy Bell were hostesses at a luncheon The affair, given at the latter's home, was attended by 14 of Miss Monaghan's most intimate friends, including one out-of-town guest. Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock. Quest* were served at the dining table which was centered with a miniature bridal arch of whit* styrofoam under which stood a. tiny bride and groom. White stock in low bowls was arranged on the table, bridal place- cards marked places of the guests and a gardenia corsage was used to denote the honoree's place. Miss Monaghan, Who wore a sheath frock of charcoal gray silk shantung with white pique trim and complemented with black accessories, was presented with a silver bowl as a gift from her hos- Assisting throughout the affair were Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs. Mahan Bell, mothers of the hostesses. Mrs. Matt Monoghan and Mrs. Everett B. Qee Sr., mothers ol the bride-elect and the bridegroom- elect, were special guests at the affair. Misfi Monoghan shared honors with her fiance Saturday night when Mr. and Mis. Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock, entertained 30 guests with a cocktail supper at the home of Mrs. Van Zandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Snapdragons were arranged about the entertaining rooms of the house, and centering the refreshment table, which was covered with a linen cutwork cloth, was a novel centerpiece featuring a tiny blue convertible holding paperdoll replicas of a bridal couple. A low silver bowl holding white daisies was flanked by white tapers in silver candelabra. Miss Monaghan wore a two piece cocktail frock which featured a white cotton skirt trimmed with black designs and studded with rhinestones, with which she wore a white Jersey blouse. She was presented with a corsage of white gardenias and a gift of silver from her host and hostess. Special guests included Mr. and Mrs. Monaghan and Mr. and Mrs. Gee, Sr. Mr.,and Mrs. Van Znndt Were assisted throughout the evening by Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys. Harry Long ot Memphis was an out-of-town guest at the affair. 135 Teen-Agers Attend Hotel Noble Valentine Party-Dance A formal Valentine dance was 'given Friday night in the Plantation Room of Hotel Noble, when approximately 135 teen-agers were guests of Miss Martha Huddleston, Miss Mary Jane Seymore, Steve McGuire and Bill Wyatt. Loop* of red and white crepe paper covered the ceiling of the room, with white balloons painted with bright red hearts suspended over the dancers. Tall mirrored columns were decorated with Valentine hearts, and the centerpiece for the refreshment table wa» of bright rad carnations held in a heart-shaped styrofoam container. The same theme was carried out in the refreshments of punch, cook4es and candy hearts served throughout the evening. Chaperones for the affair included parents of the young hosts and Wonderfully Simple 8223 By Sue Burnett Picture-pretty frock lor all around wear that is the simplest kind ot sewing. Make several versions for the warm months. Pattern No. 8223 is in sizes 12. 14. IB, 18. 20; 40. 42. Size 14. 3"' f yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 35c In COINS, your nnme, address, size desired, and tlie PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seymore, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mc- Qulre and Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt. Coming Events MONDAY Altar Society 01 Immaculate Conception Church meets in school hall, 8 p.m. Woman's Auxilitary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets at Parish House, 8 p.m. TUESDAY Eastern Star having regular stated meeting at Masonic Temple, 8 Kappa Alpha meeting a Bits of News Courier News, 372 W. Street, Chicago 6. HI. Qulncy Basic FASHION, spring and summer, '55 is an exciting, easy to follow guide for every woman who sews. Be sure to send for your copy today. 25 cents. p.m. Delta Hotel Noble, 1:30 p.m. Miss Clara Cecil Cassidy. Mrs. Marvin Hal and Mrs. Hernia Shepherd, hos tesses. Chnrlevoix Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble. 1 p.m. Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway are hostesses. Annie Armstrong Circle meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, 7:30 p.m. Country Club Bridge Lea«ue meets. La Petite Club meets with Mrs. Rupert Orafton. Mrs. Jesse, Taylor entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. CIB Bridge Club mcet.s with Mrs. Tom A. little, Jr. Miss Betty Nell Holland entertains NN Bridge Club. Octave Club 'meets with Mrs. Harry Bogan. WEDNESDAY City Council of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at home of Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, 7:30 p.m. Chapter D PEO meets with Mrs. W. T. Rainwater for 1 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. R. A. Porter is co-hostess. NOW Club meets with Mrs. Floyd Doyle, 810 N. 21st, 7:30 p.m. Ladies of Country Club entertaining with luncheon for members and guesis. 1 p.m., followed by bridge and canasta games. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. C. Modinger. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertains TLE Bridge Club. Mrs. R. C. Allen entertains Club Eight. THURSDAY Trinity Baptist Church having j Sweetheart Banquet at church, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Hank Dodd entertains Vendredi Bridge Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets. Lottie Moon YWA meets at church tor Sweetheart Banquet, 7 p.m. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., entertains Kibitzer Club. Chillion Club meets with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. Mrs. N. O. Jerome entertains La Nueve Club. Mrs. Joe McHaney entertains Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry left 'esterday for Dallas, Tex., where Ar. Berry will attend a meeting of the Southern Baptist Board, of which he is a member. En route home they plan to visit his mother, Mrs. P. W. Berry, and family, in Premiss, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hubbard, Sr., eturned yesterday from Hot Springs, where they had spent a week's vacation. Lieut. Billy Wayne McParland returned yesterday to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., after spending his leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary McParland. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Van Hooser and daughters, Delma and Doreta, if Smithville, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Van Hoos- ir's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gilbow announce the birth of a son Saturday morning at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has been named Randy Stewart, has a brother, Bil;. ly, and a sister. Clara Lou. Mrs. Gaston Brown, sister of Mrs. R. V. Mallory. visited in the Mallory lome yesterday. She is from Risco, Mo. Courier News Society Editor Mil,le Mallory is confined to her home today due to illness. Mrs. E. E. Smith and son, Christopher Edward, of Plainfield, N. J., arrived yesterday in Memphis by plane, where they were met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman, who motored them here for a visit. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Ann Weedman. Mrs, Grady Magee and two sons, David and Mark, will leave Memphis tonight by plane for Long Beach, Calif., to Join their husband and father, Grady Magee, .YM2, who is stationed there. They will be motored to Memphis by Mrs. Magee's mother. Mrs. T. .1. Seay. Mrs. Johnny White and children, Grace, Joyce and Johnny, are visiting in Senatobia, Miss., as guests of Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Roseborough. Corp. Bill DeLong arrived Saturday in Memphis by plane from San Francisco, Calif. He was met there by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H DeLong. who motored him here for a 12-dny furlough before he report? to Dallas, Tex., for his discharge from the Army following a year of service in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Wood of Tyronza were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, coming especially to attend the University Club dance Saturday night at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Zandt of Little Rock returned yesterday Osceolan Wed In Ceremony At Memphis A Memphis wedding of interest In Osceola was that of Mrs, Natalia Gathens King to Carl Marcus Jacobson of Memphis. Mrs. Jacobson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith of Ofi- ceola. The ceremony was performed Saturday morning at Evergreen Presbyterian Church in Memphis by the Rev. W .D. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Barnes of Memphis were the only attendants. Mrs. Jacobson chose for her wedding a Ceil Chapman navy blue crepe suit with navy accessories. She wore a white orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, a brunch was given in honor of the bridal couple at the Parkview Hotel. They departed soon after the ceremony for Chicago where they will attend a boat show. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Jacobson was associated with Driver Construction Co., of Memphis. Mr. Jacobson is the senior partner in the firm of Jacobson and Lovitt, Memphis contractors. Upon their return to Memphis, they will make their home ai 95-i North Barksdale while awaiting completion of their new home in Glen Park. At The Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hulon Holmes, city J. J. Moore, city Billy G. Marlow, Manila Winona Kester, Huffman Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. Bunn and baby, city Mrs. E. M. Terry, city Mrs. Mary Noble, city Mrs. J. M. Veazey, city Mrs. Kemper Bruton and baby, city Lynette Blazck,. city Mrs. Troy B. Myrick and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Robert Sites, city Mrs. Minnie Allen, city Mrs. Bertha Forsythe, Luxora It's an Art RICHMOND. Va. i/P)— What does an after dinner speaker speak about when speaking to an audience of after-dinner speakers Maj. P. K. A Todd won first prize at a convention of toastmasters here. He used an authentic British accent to compare life in Yorkshire and the United States. He is an authentic Englishman too. to their home aft-^r weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. J. E. Dicks entertains Midweek Club. FRIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. James Roy. Nipples from your baby's bottles should be washed thorouchLy in soapy wntrr promptly after eaci [ceding as the butterfat in milk is damaging to rubber. Duplicate Bridge League meets. ttpNcht:. itnn frequent, burninz or Itch- ins urlnuMfmi or S'ronc, CIounT Urmel due to common Klrtnrv and Bladder Irri- tflt'on-i try CVSTEX for qulr*. gratifying, com fort In K lurlp. A billion CYSTEX tablets mr.l In poit 25 years prove safety and BUCCI-SS Ask driiC! t ;l!,t for CYSTEX under satisfaction or money-buck guarantee. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritr & Roxy Program Announcements MONDAY and TUESDAY AS WILD AS THE WILDERNESS SETTING OF ITS DRAMATIC STORY! 1 4 CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts'and p»M« finished when requested.) Also 1 day Dry Cleaning S«rvict IVICJOG McLULEN • RUSS TANBLYN • 1EPP RICHARDS ftminib, nay mm - Paramount Ntws & Selected Shorts LEATHER GLOVES — The important final step in washing leather gloves correctly is this smoothing process. While the gloves are still slightly damp, they are smoothed and shaped over the hands. First the fingers are worked, then the thumb. A leather glove will look new for a long time with this kind of painstaking care. Teenagers Keep Lipstick Light BY ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor Frequently, one of the most catastrophic parent-teen-aper arguments on the painful path of growing up is over lipstick. For some reason, parents sec red not just on their daughter's lips, but everywhere, when this issue comes up. Finding a happy compromise often seems miles away as dinner after dinner breaks up with a gruff: "Take that stuff off your mouth." There are a couple of courses tc follow. One, if a parent is open to reason, is to take a parent with you to some inconspicous poet, a f H. school assembly or the movies, for instance, and let him or her look at your friends. This may make them wish to overide their own resistance to it and allow you to be like the rest. The second course to follow is to look into your own reasons and attitudes. If you are coming to dinner with a dirty face and a smear of garish lipstick, it's no wonder your parents object. Try this for a week; come to dinner on time, face and hands clean, hair neatly combed, clothes on straight. At the end of a week. put on a reasonable coat of a light lipstick. It may not work, but chances are that you'll elicit some comment about hoW 'nice and University Club Monthly Dance Held Approximately 100 members and guests of the University Club were entertained Saturday night by lyir. and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stovall. The Valentine theme was carried out in tho decoration of the Plantation Room of Hotel Noble, where red hearts decorated the mirrored columns of the room, and red and white streamers hung from the ceiling. Centering the refreshment table was a large styrofoam heart covered with red and white carnations. Party foods were served throughout the evening. Earrings for holiday wear are strictly one-season. One pair has a tiny pair of leaves built or painted shells, hung with the most minute of bells with their own clappers. They ring, sparkle and Jingle in merry sophistication. gro\vn up you've been all week ' And not a word about the lipstick It will look natural to them on responsibility along with privilege a ladylike gal. For. after all,they don't want to nr.-vnit you from growing up; they desire it. They only want you to do it In a suitable way. That means Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature With Susan Hayward METRO NEWS TUBS., WEB., & THURS. Double Feature DICK DEBBIE POWELL REYNOLDS) t Susan Slept) —AND- HERE'S EXTRA RELIEF MISERIES 666 ATTACKS All COID SYMPTOMS AT ONE T/AW ... IN USS TIME! No ordinary pain-reliever can make this claim ... but 666 can. The 666 formula contain* a combination of pre«cription-typ* ingredients not found in any other cold medicine. For that "film" relief, try 666 liquid or. tablets. 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